General Services Administration
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) consolidates administrative functions across Government into one organization in order to avoid duplication, reduce cost, streamline the acquisition and distribution of supplies, and centralize the management of Federal buildings.
September 27, 2018
GSA Awards NewPay BPA for Software-as-a-Service for Payroll and Work Schedule and Leave Management
10-year, $2.5 billion BPA provides agencies with technology and services to modernize and improve payroll processing across government
August 15, 2018
New Fact Sheets Show How Best-in-Class Solutions Help Agencies Buy Smarter and Meet President’s Management Agenda Goals
New fact sheets are available for more than 30 Best-in-Class solutions, highlighting their unique value for agencies.
July 31, 2018
Category Management Success: GSA City Pair Program Saves More than $2B for Federal Agencies
The GSA City Fair Program will save the government about $2.38 Billion next year and showcases progress of the Category Management CAP goal, which is leveraging common contracts and best practices to drive savings and efficiencies.
July 29, 2018
Reforms in GSA's CFO Office Refocus 50,000 Employee Hours on Higher-Value Mission Work
GSA's CFO Office is using process automation and other reforms to target over 50,000 annualized hours and shift them to higher-value mission work performed by employees.